Enjoy our mountaineering tours on foot, by horseback, on a mountain bike, or by electrically assisted bicycle in the summer, and our snowshoeing and skiing tours in winter. There are so many ways for you to discover the Vosges mountains that range from 250 m to 1100 m high.
From the sandstone Donon mountain to the granite of the «Champ du Feu» (peat bog), only the Bruche stream separates the two mountain resorts where hiking and outdoor sports are practiced throughout the year.
Entertain the children and capture memories.
Programme: the Schirmeck Treasure Hunt, a picnic on the top of the Donon, the fun discovery of the Oberlin museum. Release your adrenaline in the tree climbing park...Many activities are available to intensely share unique and precious moments with your children. Your most unforgettable memories are awaiting you here.
The Bruche Valley offers numerous activities. The activities reflect the diversity of its landscapes. You can hike or go horse riding. Discover the beauty of the area with Alpine or Nordic skiing, snowshoeing, sky surfing, mountain biking, geocaching, tubing, tree climbing, and golfing. The activities on offer make sports enthusiast’s heart beat with pleasure in the wilderness. The Bruche Valley is a place where one will forget about the beach.
Close to Strasbourg, near the Haut Koenigsbourg, Colmar and the wine route of Alsace ... Everything here is both familiar and unique. The farms of the Vosges give way to half.timbered houses , pine trees and flowery meadows to numerous vineyards, deers to storks, “the blue line of the Vosges” to cabbage fields. Here is the alternative Alsace, off the beaten tracks … come discover it!
Lifestyle and Wellbeing
Escape the daily stresses of life and indulge into all the quiet benefits that Alsace and the Vosges can offer. The area invites you to experience the ultimate journey to wellbeing and relaxation to soothe your mind and soul and enjoy these liberating moments. Alsace and the Vosges offer charming Spa hotels, saunas and steam rooms that open out to fragrant gardens and majestic forests that add to your wellbeing to transport you into an enchanting world. Extend those pleasures to the table...
Memory, History and Culture
In the Bruche Valley from Antiquity to European construction, you witness the history of the place in a heartbeat as you easily cross from one side to another. From the Donon, the Alsace Moselle Memorial through to the Oberlin Museum, the Mutzig Fort and the Struthof.
Experience our history!
Mode d'emploi : A quoi ressemblent vos vacances ? Plutôt sportives, actives, «dolce farniente», culturelles, en famille... Ici, choisissez vos préférences et retrouvez dans toutes les rubriques l’offre qui vous correspond.
Mode d'emploi :
En faisant votre choix, un pavé vert au bas de l’écran apparaîtra, vous êtes arrivés dans votre « style de vacances ». Toutes les rubriques (« Se loger », « Se restaurer », « Visiter », « Bouger », « Sortir ») sont à présent associées à votre profil. Faites votre programme !
Pour quitter ce mode de navigation, cliquez sur la petite croix du pavé vert.
The Champ du Feu, standing at 1099 metres, is the highest point of the Lower Rhine. The vegetation of its mountain stubble fields and raised peat bogs make this natural site as fragile as it is exceptional.
Nature meets energy and hosts a legendary place of worship and sanctuary
Standing 1009 metres high, this sacred mountain invites you to embrace Alsace, Lorraine and view what is expressed as “the blue line of the Vosges”
The European Centre of Deported Resistance Members and the site of thr former Natzweiler-Struthof camp
To resist, and fight for freedom and democracy, until the end...
Today like yesterday this place of remembrance is the only evidence of concentration camp in France. A powerful symbol that calls for concern.
The Oberlin Museum
Where learning is fun ... and education always enjoyable
Long before of what we now know as the public school , the idea of a school and a method of teaching focusing on young children were born in 1769 in a remote corner of the Alsatian Vosges.
Get prepared to be carried away by the flavours of the land...
Whether in farm houses, on market stalls, terrace dining in the summer or around the fireplace in the winter, the Bruche Valley knows all about local produce!